Philly Inquirer won’t post many stories until they’re in print

Romenesko Memos
Inquirer managing editor Mike Leary tells his staff: “Beginning today, we are adopting an Inquirer first policy for our signature investigative reporting, enterprise, trend stories, news features, and reviews of all sorts. What that means is that we won’t post those stories online until they’re in print.” He adds: “This does not mean that we will put the brakes on the immediate posting of breaking news that puts us first in a competitive Web marketplace. On the contrary.” || Reaction from Howard Owens, Steve Outing and Jeff Jarvis and others.

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